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KVENINO nUM.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. H , Kill DAT. SBl'T. D, 1910.
E venting Bulletin
DAILY nnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE
Wnllnuo R. PnrHnnton,
Prr Month, uniwhere In U.S .711
Prl Qualler, utiywbfftlnU.S 3.K)
Pci Vmi, invheliiU.S H.oo
Pet Vfiii. (wsti'tnl, lorctien !3.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rr t Editorial Rooms,
1 1. Business Office,
Every day should be distinguished
by lit least one particular act oi love.
ltcmember that ill only hop? of tlie
loi'iil Democracy s to iro(lt by lie
ThU In "unusual hummer weather.
but wc got something cry mucli llkn
It imiDt every September.
1'edcrul control of conservation In
'nil right If n man who can bo trusted
In In .von trill (it llio conservation end
of Hit) Federal administration.
Republican Insurgents should not
lack fair representation on the party
tleket, when they deserve tin .credit
for lending, the party reformation?
.Tnko notice of the organization
make-up. To send good cnndlilateii
Into n campaign managed by an In
different orguulratlon In like driving
lambs to a slaughter.
Ueuroii Trent would do better to
will till after the election If ho
mints tlie people to place absolute
confidence In the sincerity nf his
Holding a coinmiiiidiiig position nt
the cross roads of Pacific ocean com-
inqrco, Hawaii can't find n better In
Acstuicnt than appropriations for the
construction of wharves In Its prin
Col. ltnoscult picked Senator Ir
Imer for the Ko.it. because ho de
pones all ho gets and It guvo Iloosc
et an opportunity to keep clear of
tho fight iiRiilnst his Rrcat nnd' Rood
friend Joe Cannon
Why Is It that accidents In the fire
rooms and tho enRlno rooms of our
warships arc so much more nnirdor
tms than In tho merchant ships? Do
the navy men take longer chances or
don't they know how? ;
There will bo Uiobo present ut tho
coin Pillion tonlRht who may have an
iixo or two to grind. Though they
may hido tho iixo under their coat tho
liandln will be stlcktnR out for tho
guidance of tho delcRates.
I't the legislative and municipal
camp.ilcn bo ns warm as It pleases,
It can't hurt business, llut any seri
ous threat of Democratic success In
tho Territorial cumpalRn will inako
business depression a certainty.
Itepuhlicuns should declare for mu
nicipal control of the water works.
, Tho property ownets object to tak
ing any more chances with Territorial
otllcers scheming tu Increaso taxation
without Riving the people representa
tion. "When prlvnto Individuals can bor
low money to build wharves and
inako a pioflt on tho Investment, thero
i cumins no very good reason why thq
Territory kliould not build its own
whnncs mid control tho waterfront
of Its harbors.
Alfied Custlo Is a candidate for tho
Iloiiso of HoprcKcntathes whoso sol
ectlon should not bo mado subject to
tho KcoRrnphlcul divisions of the
I'lfth District. The welfuro of the
people and tho success of tho party
demand men wIIHiir nnd iiblo to do
tjio legislative work, whether u par
ticular precinct furnishes one candi
date or fourteen.
When r.'inumn lurcaloiia an anil
Ameriutli iiiliululatr.itlun, lliu ruprn-H'-ntatUo
of our Oovurnniont Intlmntea
that It ciiniiot be allowed Our own
rllUclis Hhnilhl reiuoiuher Hint I hero
ore omo thing i he IVdornl (Intern
raetlt Will lint a I lint III lliirtnll, bill It
oxpecu llje r,uoi Judjjjimit nt iho io
jil to ft)(tll ijjJmnj'rtiMliyiif 1h
(h) utilefra iwkiiH nut lir mating,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ter Vttr, uirhttlnU.S I.oo
Ptr Yer. Anywhere n CtntiU.. t.Ho
PttYeit fotptld, (omen.. 2,nn
Entered il th Fottofficc at Honoleta
M lecond-tlm matter
SEPTEMBER 9, 1910
Russians hat a been very successful
In providing a trip to Hawaii for Kcd
crnl officials who will come here to
lenrn what Is already known. This
being ilono of course nt public ex
pense. TO THE CANDIDATES.
Members of the County nnd District!
Convention will go to their duties this
evening with tho largest array of can
didates that has ever been presented
to a similar convention In this city.
It Is most gratifying that these can
didates arc, as u whole, mighty Rood
men, representative men In whoso
hands the administration, of tho city,
nnd tho work of tho legislature,
would be very safe
--"The situation presents a fair field
and no favor. Tho convention will bo
unbossed, though thoro lire persons
hnnglng around on tho outside who
are scheming to Jam several personal
Schemes down the throats of tho del
egates. These parasites are constant
quantities but tho Hullo tin be
llcics that tho delegates have enough
good Kenso to handle tho situation
With the. larRO list of candidates of
fering It Is obvious that the largest
pcrcenUigo inus,t fall by the wnyshle.'
Consequently It Is necessary for tho
men seeking tho honor of a nomina
tion to go Into tho contest wli their
feelings schooled In good nnturcd
readiness to accept tho result whether
It Is for or against their pcrsonul for
tunes. In other word, tho candidates who
must go to defeat should set tho paco
of party enthusiasm by retaining their
Interest nnd continuing their work up
to tho day of election, for tho success
of tho whole ticket. Men appealing
for party favor who cannot accept tho
verdict of their associates aro not of
tlie material that tho party should ho
anxious to put before the people In
the management of public affairs.
I-ct every candidate pledge himself
to Join tho nctivo working force of tho
campaign whether ho be selected ns a
party nomlnco or not. With such n
spirit prevailing thero can bo no such
word ns fall In tho Republican vocnb
ulary this full.
REPUBLICANS AND LOCAL
Hopubllcun County platform dec
larntlons will naturally Include a pre
sentation of tho cfllclcncy of tho He
publican 'city and county administra
tion nnd nt tho name tlmo volco tho
general public sentiment for taking
over from tho Territory certain de
partments of public service that nre
logically Included under municipal
Tho Honolulu wuter works system
should by nil means como under tho
administration of tho city nnd county
of Honolulu, nnd provision should be
made for tho city to ussume tho In
debtedness that has been Incurred for
tho upbuilding of tho water workB
plant. This city Is nblo to conduct tho
wuter works and provide for tho up
keep in a manner that will meet tho
demands of u growing und entorprls
lug town. ,
Tho adjustment of this transfer
should bo considered sulllclont for ono
In tho circles of sumo disgruntled
fuctlonulists, thoro is a propqsul tq
turn tho administration of the health
department over to tho counties. Such
u move Is certain to result In failure,
This Is a matter In which tho Fed
eral government would tnko an Im
mediate IntorcBt, witli Its moral Influ
ence thrown against any such action.
If the people wont too far, tho moral
Inllueiico would tuko tho form of very
It' must ho remcmhureit that tho
Islands nro still ry much under
I'edernl supervision. Whllfl tho Federal
ndiuiiilHlnitlou is, i;iirnll) speaking,
faiiirabln in (ho ilnvi'lnpuiciit of local
Mill iimorium'iii, its position is toned
Willi a illtllnrt spirit of ciiiiHiirviilisiii
on hcmh i!mlinr TliU illy is Hid
nullum fgr (ly tuiiMiivriu of lw vMmiu
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fenses. Kindly disposed ns tho Fed
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to allow tho local Health administra
tion to becomo mixed In any political
battles that may seem of great Import
ance to Honolulu but are ridiculously
Insignificant from tho standpoint of
As n matter of fact thero Is nothing
with which tho local political partje's
might dabble, at tho present tlmo that
would urouso more serious concern In
Fcdcrnl circles than n program of mu
nicipal control of the health depart
ment. Republicans will show their good
Judgment by laying out governmental
programs that nro sure of success
though they mny appear slow. To at
tempt too much is to endanger tho
accomplishment of anything that Is
Getting tho water works wlioro they
During this month only we offer the following choice
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reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get
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of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
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good time? If it does not, it
is in need of expert services.
If your watch is not run
ning right, bring it to us for
examination. We will give
you an honest report on its
condition, and if it needs re
pairing we will give it care
ful and competent attention.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
belong Is n proposition that will gain
practically unanimous support. I'ut
this through and after tho local city
administration hns proved Itself, let
the next Important mutter bo taken
Contrary to the general belief that
hard woods give more heat In burning
than soft, Government exports have
found by tests Hint linden, n very soft
wood, has tho greatest heating power,
with II r, another soft wood, next.
Klectrlc Inmps nre Inserted In thy
floors of passenger elevators so a per
son entering a car at night will know
Just where ho Is to step. Tho light
Is switched on or off automatically as
n car stops at or leaves a floor.
Just as If ho wera not a candidate
foi office. Governor Harmon semiu
disponed to make lynching unpopular
(Continued from Face 1)
Drake, W. F.
Fjshcr, J. H.
Kruger, F. J.
Little, J. M.
Rose, S. B.
Shingle, R. W.
Smith, F. C.
Smithies, G. E.
5 Ballentyne, C. G.
Brown, C. H.
Chamberlain, W. W.
Cottrell, C. B,
Harris, W. W.
Hustace, Chas., Jr.
Karratti, W. J.
Kennedy, J. A.
King, T. V.
Lloyd, J. W.
Lowrey, F. D.
Paris, E. H.
Porter, K. B.
Richardson, F. E.
Strom, C. '
Swain, 0. C.
Ziegler, C. W.
6 Bright, Andrew I.
Costa, Chas. M.
Kawai, Geo. K.
Kcaloha, Jno. M.
7 Bartlctt, Chas. G.
Cockett. Frederick K.
Hilo, John, Sr.
Hilo, John, Jr.
Ka-ne, Louis K.
fr'al u a, Frank, Jr.
Oio, Cas. L.
Scully, J. T.
8 Davis, D. H.
Depontc, M. S.
Eckardt, J. F.
Fernandez, V., Jr.
Kamanoulu, J. K.
Lake, H. T.
Vierra,, J. A. R.
Wood, H. P.
Woodward, D. M.
Woodward, J. K.
9 Allen, Eugene K.
Aylett, S. L.
Fogarty, Ed. P.
Gear, A. V.
Holt, Chris. J.
King, Robt. D.
Kohler, Hans H.
Murray, Harry E.
Newton, H. E.
O'Neill, Geo. J.
Twomcy, Larry E.
On Saturday afternoon from two until fivo wo will givo a Free, -Public
Demonstration of Printing and Developing Velox Papers.
Bring in your negativos and havo ono or two piinted by an Expcrt.Dcmon
strator just from tho East, who will explain every dotail of tho process,
It will cost you nothing and will bo a most valuablo lesson, J
Remember, Saturday afternoon from two until five. ' i ; '
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Worrall, R. H.
Welsh, William L.
Wright, Geo. S. ,
10 Bcttcncourt, C. M.
Keao, A". K.
Marcallino, A. Q.
Wise, John H.
Woodward, Albert K.
1 1 Akuni, Ahau
1 Jones, Ulyses H.
2 Robinson, Mark A.
3 Lukela, Kaaimanu
Naone, L. K.
Nihipali, S. M.
4 Adams, Andrew
Nainoa, L. B.
5 Cox, A. E. ',
Cox, Oscar , . '
Goodale, W. W.
Kalaiij John L.
Mahoe, S. K.
6 Kila, Samuel
Mundon, Jas. J.
7 Douglas, David
Greenfield, F. E.
Ronton, Geo. F.
8 Archer, Frank K.
Arnold, Chas. N.'
DeFrics, J. H.
Mahi, B. M.
McKeague, R. A.
McNally, C. H.
Nawaakoa, U. W.
Travis, J. H.
9 Alapai, H.'K.
Knox, W. H.
Maukoli, J. K.
10 Cockett, J. L.
Gay, E. J. ,
Hopkins, W. B.
Isaac, W. K.
1 1 Drew, Edward
Dwight, Samuel C.
Fernandes, Frank F.
Kama, David K.
Kanac, John ,
Ka-nc, Benj. K.
Simcrson, Wm. K.
12 Kahale, Harry
Kalciopu, A. S.
13 Aiu,' Eugene K.
Castle, Alfred L.
Fleming, John L.
Hoapili, David K.
FORT tlOLOW HOTEL
Palm, Daniel S. K.
Tliomtori, W. Holi
Von Holt, Harry M.
Zablan, Benj. P;
14 Chang Chau
Kauanui, Jas. K.
Keawe; W. H.
Maiclua, S. P.
Sharrattj E. L:-
15 Gleason, Patrick V
Henry, William v
Kamakaia, S. M.
Grand total, both districts,
MANY ACRES FOR.
During the Past Month Lands
Have Been Divided.
."During tho par' month' a thounaud
ncrc'n of good biigar land linn linen
put on tho homestead list, nnd tills
land would ho taken gladly by any
filgnr company nt 2CO,000 If It was
Tor kale," said Superintendent Camp
hell ot tho hurcnu of public works
Tho work of opening land for
homcstetids has been going merrily
on, nnd applications for additional
lands to bo opened huvo boon receiv
ed hi every mnll.
This thousand acres ot which
Cnmpholl spoko this morning Is all
on Ilnwall, 400 being at Kan, 300 nt
Kulamnno nnd .100 nt Klllhnnl.
In addition to this good land now
ready for homestead purposes, moo
acres nioro wcro surveyed and di
vided Into lots during tho month, bo
thtit really thoro nro inoro than ZHOU
acres which wcro prepared for homc
utend during tho jiast month.
Other lands nro ready for survey
and will bo divided up ns booh an
nUrvoyorB can get on them, nnd by
tho end of another month thero will
bo several thousand ncrcs prepared
for Hid settlers:
(Continued from Pace 1)
tcrruplod Cjulnn to nsk hlni tho pur
poso of certain questions nnd what ho
expected to provo by them. Onco
even tho court told Qulnn (hat a state
ment which ho asked tho witness to
confirm had never been made.
It was nearly eleven o'clock beforo
Angellnn was excused nnd then her
mother was put on tho stand testify
ing that tho child wns born In Porto
lllco 'October 1, 1898, nnd to other
pertinent joints In tho story told by
Tho mother was still on tho stand
when court adjourned nt noon,
A niachlno on tho prlnclplo of an
ucroplnno, yet which runs on the
ground, has been built by n French
Instructor of nvlators ho his pupils
mny run no risks In their preliminary
A keel that can bo drawn up while
navigating shallow waters und quick
ly lowored to provide stability In
deeper sens Is planned for river nnd
ocean-going vessels by u St. Louis
No other man appreciates a helping
hand liko u man in troublo.